The plant sterol complex contains four different sterols, namely beta-sitosterol, camposterol,
stigmasterol and brassicasterol. Sterols and sterolins are actually vegetable fats that are found in quite high concentrations in many nuts and seeds and have a reputation for positive hormonal effects. In the body, sterols serve as building blocks for adrenal and sex hormones, among other things.
BCM-95™ DC (curcuminoids)
BCM-95™ DC is a patented extract from turmeric, which has a variety of biological effects. The diverse mode of action of turmeric is researched in numerous studies worldwide.
In contrast to normal turmeric extract, BCM95™ DC offers an extremely high bioavailability that is about seven times higher.
Linum Life® (Lignans from linseeds)
Linum Life® is a standardized extract from linseed with a high concentration of so-called lignans. These secondary plant substances can be considered as weak phyto-oestrogens and have an antioxidative effect on the human body. Studies have shown that this plant substance has a positive effect on cell health. (Linum Life® – EFSA 2079 ID KOM 51980 -).
The ingredient quercetin is a so-called flavonoid with a phytochemical effect.
Pygeum africanum bark powder (from the African plum tree)
Pygeum extract is obtained from the bark of a plum tree native to Africa. This extract has been used successfully since the 1960s. No side effects of Pygeum have been found.
Ginseng extract (Ginsenosides)
The effects of the active ingredients in ginseng, ginsenoside and saponin, have only recently been known in Europe, although the effects of the ginseng root have been used for centuries, especially in China and other Asian countries to improve cognitive functions, sexual functions such as libido, as well as the immune system.
Saw Palmetto extract (Serenoa Repens)
The effect of the lipophilic, i.e. fat-soluble extract of the saw palmetto fruit (Saw palmetto or Serenoa repens) has long been known. In comparison to the usual synthetic agents with the active ingredient finasteride, saw palmetto has at least the same effect with fewer side effects, is better tolerated and is also cheaper.
Resveratrol is a phytoalexin, which belongs to the polyphenols.
Reishi extract (Ganoderma lucidum)
Reishi mushrooms have been used in Chinese naturopathy for over 4000 years. The components contained in the fruiting body of the mushroom, e.g. Triterpenoids, manitol, coumarin, various polysaccharides and sterols are used. The mushrooms also contain various trace elements such as manganese, zinc, copper, iron, calcium and also germanium.
Polygonum cuspidatum root extract (Japanese Knotweed)
Japanese knotweed (Polygonum cuspidatum) is one of the best natural sources for the famous “Resveratrol”, a phytoalexin, which belongs to the polyphenols.